Third Party Assessments &
Enterprise Roadmap Strategy
We bring fresh perspective to help you anticipate disruption, reimagine the possible, and fulfill your mission promise. Whether you are at the crossroads of artificial intelligence and workforce transformation, cyber and IT modernization or digital and citizen experience - we bring actionable insights to drive bold and lasting results. GoTech offers third-party assessments, allowing organizations to make informed decisions.

Achieving a transformed ‘future state' requires a tool to guide and govern day-to-day resource investment decisions - the Enterprise Roadmap. Roadmaps both compel us to towards the future and provide the basis for evaluating enterprise investment decisions required to get there. Organizations without one will soon be left at a competitive disadvantage.
 

An Assessment can help you determine how business processes, systems, infrastructure, staffing, workflow, and procedures can better meet and streamline the present and future needs of your organization. It can also help you evaluate your current IT environment, focus on priorities, and plan for future needs.

 
Software Assessments

In a global economy, organizations require innovative and agile technologies to remain competitive. Yet many businesses struggle to take advantage of new IT advancements, continuing to embrace dated processes that impede progress.




System Assessments

Having the right systems, infrastructure, staffing, and organizational practices in place is essential for efficiency and growth. A technology assessment from GoTech Global can help you evaluate your current environment, focus on priorities, and plan for future needs. Many organizations have relied on GoTech Global to provide an independent and experienced perspective on their technology environment.

Vendor Assessments

Vendors provide services to your organization, but effectively managing all these relationships to monitor performance, mitigate risks, and reduce cost can be difficult—particularly when multiple departments and individuals are involved.

  • Vendor Factors
    Identify the appropriate factors to consider when profiling your vendors

  • Classify
    Assess and classify the risk level of each vendor for structured due diligence

  • Performance
    Track your vendors' performance over time as conditions change

  • Risk
    Mitigate the inherent risk to your organization

  • Recommendations
    Evaluate your current vendor management program and provide recommendations for improvement
What is an Enterprise Architecture Roadmap?

Enterprise architecture roadmaps visualize how a business will increase organizational agility, efficiency and effectiveness. These roadmaps share the story of a company’s present-day enterprise architecture, and outline the steps a business will take to evolve in the upcoming quarters and years. An enterprise architecture roadmap communicates how an organization will develop its infrastructure and software to prepare for changes and competition in the market. It is a high-level plan for growth and organizational stability in the enterprise.

How will you use it?

The roadmap has three primary functions:

  • The IT leader will use it to facilitate investment discussions with the rest of leadership
    The IT leader will use the roadmap as a baseline when discussing new projects or priorities with functional executives. It will help leadership understand how to balance investment and project priorities and provide a way to visualize tradeoffs.

  • The IT department will use it to improve planning for projects and resources
    The roadmap will help them anticipate resourcing needs, plan assignments, software and vendor selection, and costs ahead of time, and make it possible to start visioning and planning with the functional owners well in advance

  • Functional leaders will use it to understand what is required of and will be delivered to their departments
    It helps them clearly understand how they should balance existing roadmap initiatives with new requests. The roadmap will keep functional leaders aligned on strategic technology priorities across the enterprise. Active management of the roadmap will result in much better executive alignment and stakeholder buy-in before projects even begin.
Case Study - Department of Labor
Federal Drive To Modernize
Like so many Federal Agencies, the Department of Labor (DOL) has outdated business processes and legacy systems that need modernization. DOL engaged GoTech as their consultant to help them craft a solution for this systemic problem. GoTech completed a full Application and Data Architecture Health Assessment Report of the DOL’s ETA system. GoTech provided a team of highly skilled subject matter experts to conduct a thorough assessment of the current Business Processes, Communication Processes and Applications and Database Architecture. GoTech tailored a team to support an agile approach to executing the assessment. During the assessment the DOL Contracting Officer Representative realized that the current system was obsolete and requested that a full Business and Functional Requirements Specification be written. GoTech Global worked collaboratively with their Teaming Partner SAVA to write the Specification document for the next generation of the DOL’s ETA system. READ MORE
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